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May 25th, 2021 27 comments

Doctor Who: Legends of Camelot Paperback

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Old legends and new worlds collide in this magnificent Doctor Who crossover with King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table.

While investigating a strange energy in Carbury, the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble are pulled into a different dimension, smashing a giant hole into another world in the process.

As the magic of the hidden dimension slowly seeps out, the Doctor and Donna find themselves in Camelot, where a young squire, Arthur, comes to their aid, and when the Doctor is mistaken for Merlin, they are swept up in the glamorous and daring legends of the Knights of the Round Table.

But something far more menacing has been awakened. Caught in an ancient battle for power, Donna and the Doctor are sucked into a dangerous game. As each move is made and time spins faster, the Doctor must find a way to seal the rift before an unimaginable power is unleashed and the universe is laid to waste.

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  • Anonymous

    May 25th, 2021 - 7:11pm

    This sounds like a prequel to battlefield…

  • Doctor Stu

    May 25th, 2021 - 3:40pm

    Anything with Donna is good although no author has been able to write Donna screen accurately so her lines are always jarring in books. Let’s hope this isn’t the case this time around

  • Anonymous

    February 1st, 2021 - 4:45am

    Is a Hardback available?

    • Anonymous

      February 1st, 2021 - 4:24pm

      Paperbacks only

    • Anonymous

      February 4th, 2021 - 1:32am

      Further information please?

    • Anonymous

      February 5th, 2021 - 1:25am

      This is a paperback book, these younger books only come out in paperback

    • Anonymous

      February 5th, 2021 - 11:24am

      That actually make’s sense now!

  • Anonymous

    February 1st, 2021 - 1:25am

    Dua Lipa Why Not

  • Anonymous

    January 27th, 2021 - 10:49pm

    The thing people need to remember is that as doctor who fans, we love the nostalgia element of the show. The fact that past doctors, in this case the 10th, are being used a lot is purely because a whole generation of fans who grew up with that doctor are now at the age where they are entering the world of work and have disposable income. Companies will always attempt to make money off of what the figures show will sell and david Tennant is hot property. One of big finish’s most popular releases last year was out of time 1 which had david and tom baker and we all know how much david is releasing with big finish this year, including a torchwood crossover. I for one grew up with david so am one of the target audience for these releases and will admit, the big finish stuff and Christopher eccleston releases are very exciting. I’m less interested in the books or comics but for many fans, they will have the reverse interest to me. Like boohoo said, you find a niche market who are interested in a specific product or character and you’ve got a gold mine (the dalek set being a prime example of this). Sadly, there just isn’t the market like there used to be for new ranges etc so companies will always look to the most popular elements of the back catalogue. We shouldn’t complain if we dont like it as they will likely reach the era that you like at some point but to be able to do that, they need to know they have the financial blanket to “risk” less popular eras or doctors or monsters. Look at how eaglemoss started with the most popular characters and now that they have a core demographic of fans who will buy the more obscure figures, they are able to produce some items like the celestial toymaker or tegan nyssa and Adric that many of us never thought would be possible. Theres always more to the situation than one item. Please just try and think of the broader market before complaining about one specific release or focus.

  • MJS

    January 27th, 2021 - 5:57pm

    I’m not to overly criticise Dr Who but even I think there’s been a bit too much reliance on 10 while 13 is still the current incumbent. Even TL:V was mostly about him. 13’s comic seems to have him all time time, and now a new book. I appreciate they are relying on Tennant’s popularity, but it’s not even REALLY him, is it?

    • booboo

      January 27th, 2021 - 6:09pm

      its all about market research and what’s actually likely to sell in enough quantity to make it viable.

    • Mjs

      January 27th, 2021 - 6:37pm

      Yeah agreed booboo. Though it’s a little sad as it’s been over 10 years since he left!

    • booboo

      January 27th, 2021 - 7:09pm

      The most successful 5″ figure in years is around 55 years old and appeared for a few seconds, its all about markets in particular fields.

    • Anonymous

      January 27th, 2021 - 7:24pm

      Which figure is that booboo

    • booboo

      January 27th, 2021 - 7:31pm

      Jungles of Mechanus Dalek Set, 56 years old in broadcast time, a few seconds on screen, 5000 units sold out in less than 3 weeks

    • Mrs Croot

      January 28th, 2021 - 9:15am

      to be fair, it sold becausse it was a movie dalek, the loop hole meant that the reason we could make it was a few seconds

    • booboo

      January 28th, 2021 - 9:24am

      yes but i was was comparing on screen dates and markets, in other words it doesn’t matter how long something hasn’t been on the TV, it can still prove popular today.

    • Mrs Croot

      January 28th, 2021 - 9:59am

      Correct, Movie Dalek, appears in the background, 5000 copies sold and circulating on eBay.
      Grandma Conolly, appears for a good chunk of Idiot’s Lantern, figure is pointless,
      Hoix, cool figure, but appears in 1 scene at time of release,
      Destroyed Cassandra… oh…

      I couldn’t agree more!

    • Neil Corry

      January 28th, 2021 - 11:51am

      Ee, I remember the days when this were all BBC Eighth Doctor and BBC Past Doctor books…

    • Coleman

      January 28th, 2021 - 6:26pm

      Hello Neil,
      Never known you comment before apart from on Eaglemoss threads.

    • Anonymous

      January 28th, 2021 - 7:34pm

      Neil has reminded me of the way people complained back in those ancient times of no who on the steam powered gogglebox and only a regular addition of those paperbacks to keep us going. I remember bitter complaints about there being to any of this doctor or that companion and not enough of another. Funny how things change (different doctors) whilst staying exactly the same…

  • Anonymous

    January 27th, 2021 - 2:26pm


  • Anonymous

    January 27th, 2021 - 2:24pm

    “Oh look some new novels, I wonder if they’re for 13? Oh…”

  • Dalekz

    January 27th, 2021 - 2:15pm

    The 6th Doctor meets Arthurian…no wait its the Tenth Doctor again.

    • Doctor…Who?

      January 27th, 2021 - 2:30pm

      Sums up Doctor Who merch for the past year neatly.

    • Anonymous

      January 27th, 2021 - 3:20pm

      It’s funny but if they are using a different doctor to the current one, and I wouldn’t have minded if they had used Jodie in this, then why not use a doctor who hasn’t had a book for some time, such as the first, fifth, sixth or eighth? I don’t mind ten but he’s really not my favourite.

    • Doctor Stu

      January 27th, 2021 - 7:38pm

      He’s the nations favourite though, probably the worlds favourite so he’s just guaranteed to sell well. Although I’ve also been critical about all this new Tennant merch filling the one year gap between journeys end and end of time as it dilutes Tennants tragic regeneration. The whole point is that he barely lived at all as Ten and did so little and lost so much in that small time.